This child, every child : a book about the world's children
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- ISBN: 1554534666
- ISBN: 9781554534661
36 p. : col. ill. ; 32 cm.
- Publisher: Tonawanda, N.Y. ; Toronto, Ont. : Kids Can Press, c2011.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references (p. 36).|
|Summary, etc.:||Examines how children from different countries around the world live and how their lives differ from children elsewhere.|
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2011 April #2
Children's rightsâto safety, justice, health, education, and freedom from war, poverty, abuseâare set out in the official 1989 United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Each double-page spread in this standout CitizenKid book addresses one of the rights, with a boxed quote from the UN document and detailed discussion and warm, bright acrylic-and-digital images of individual children across the world. Along with the messages of unity are clear examples of differences: an only child in Sweden appears opposite a boy in a big, extended family in a Malian village, for example. And the authors show that while all children have rights to food, water, clean air, shelter, vaccination, sanitation, and education, those rights aren't met equally around the world and between boys and girls. The extensive back matter includes book sources and websites, as well as topics for adults to discuss with kids. One puzzling question is not addressed: why has the U.S. not signed the Convention? Copyright 2011 Booklist Reviews.
David J. Smith is a teacher and educational consultant with over 25 years of experience in the classroom and is the creator of the award-winning curriculum "Mapping the World by Heart."
Shelagh Armstrong is a freelance commercial artist who has designed adult book covers, stamps and commemorative coins .If the World Were a Village was her first children's book. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.
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